Written by attorney Kera Murphy Reed

Disqualification of a Nominated Executor

The person selected to act as the Executor can be anyone that the testator wants to be in charge of administration of the estate. There is no requirement that the Executor have any experience or expertise in handling estate matters or have any financial background. The Courts give the selection of an Executor by the testator great deference and it is honored unless there exists a ground for disqualification of the person nominated.

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